Br. John BraughtHebrews 11:1-2, 8-19
Mark 4:35-41

Those who have faith have confidence. Confidence literally means ‘with faith’.  From the Latin ‘con fides’, meaning ‘with fidelity’. Confidence literally means ‘with faith’.

Faith is belief that is not based on visible proof or evidence. “[F]aith is the assurance of things hoped for,” we read in the Letter to the Hebrews, “the conviction of things not seen.” Faith is belief that is not based on visible proof or evidence, and those who have faith have confidence. They know who God is, and they know what God can do. They trust in God’s promise, they trust in God’s power, and they trust in God’s provision. Those who have faith have confidence. Read More